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Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 6, 1836, Alton, Illinois s lira WITH oANiiou AVOW Tituiu AMI Mir iiiJoiui inn orrosiriox OK MIHIII a TUB FuUiihrd every Weilnadi 11Y PAl At J8 60 if paid Inadvr 3 fro or UO for each ci A liberal deduction m brushes just on col aiUlie hy Boston Iron it subscribers iiitiil pounds of good li be hail on fuir feba B bbli Anmriciiil par aud forMde by Fob AN1 J end Ilamiii coffee IBhhds uudoraignctl Imvo nsatfcititcd in Co in thd ally of for ransactloii of DKY SILATEIt COMMISSION GOODS busincBS under tlic firm of nnd have laltcn Iho hunsc furmorly occupied by John Tho resi imrtnornwill bo STEWART JOHN of of Louis MATTHKW Mircb Purchases tiro veryextensive find de signed ox y nnd for the DilV GOODS and our boitso will bo open for llio transaction of and exhibition of on Monday morning llio 4th of April Terms for STEWART March 10 A HE prepared lo atlend to all Forwarding and Commission and respectfully solicit a share of Manning Abijab Abijab Thomas Weld and inarch 10 do do do NEW of Dry Hoods adapted lo Iho jiiil rocived per s h Uygnet pa next week and for sale by mr 10 HAVJNHnviuli fitiiuanl in Ilin Midinil S Kraltnly mid c Altnn ninl in IliiIrntticc uf MKUIUIiNE MIDWI for pro li of nsof lluii VnriiiuB i viars pia s if lllc tip in uiir nriyiifiJonrr will br 1VAWSOW IMlOKTEHS OP AUD Third and jourth ilaars aliocc Mr Sutagfi Auction Main CIBEIl lilil hblu cruli npplo Cidu aaj for sale by Fill 3 CASH consignments of pr New York or lloi jan 1J OO11FR cimiigameiiti of nrffduce to COTTON V A Ibs Cotto from the Newport MBluiracluiHnr1 JiuiM SIGIiltSON tl received maaufnclnrers prices jan27 CASH will ho paid for i cm miY HIDES delivered Iho first day of April j Feh 17 TIANNEUS oil i 10 do 2 s Whiter Apples 12 rcacivcd per 1nnl rlt or s IN Dry DACTORTII AND S do 30 nnurlcr of Hrd Dili MnUoiro niiJ Inlo licccittd pe simmer anil iiliTWESTEUN new Surroil from the including a itwrnf new and oriclnnl willi n conciio nilro of bv o Bliovo worlis in IAJXXT TO COUJfTllY 3WW1IOIE HAT NEW ikiil mid hy those ulio limy require UlVirnnni residence on gecuild Y K111K first diiarlor iii this Insliliition JL the care of Miss MAHTIIA Duf commence in the Vestry of the Ircsh oh Monday the Mill Tho prices of Tuition will he as foil Defining per Drawing on Iho Black Natural fliirtiii lo the iirt Thi Just nuhlislmd mid for sule by 18 socks per and for sale liy Jfareft 0 RILEY fe or lloiton Mnrcli ilgnalelits of produce to New Orlco SIMEON Btt ED bi clii dri nnd fonnle by 6 24 O1UIA WOOIjEN dorcti wtiolcn glo iuist received and Cm rcci JDtllO CORHOU IVCB nnd conitbrlcri ir sale by w ie very received pieces and yellow nanneln t pieces prmtei ceivcd and for sale low hy r bbls rectified pur from and for RVDEB Dry no person will he received u years of Ior the present MISI Dunn willing lo take a class of lads from six years Allon March Foricnriling and Commission sale by 10 JM M Jl tr v j illOCBIl COMMISSION IMIOllTBll OK fc IS DOMESTIC tjecondaud Water JOYS HUO re Ic cheap by ceivcd per s b and for s MANNING AHI jsoniiHO TO nun vnoji iii id in Hie I in i tn Mnr tlclaru T 1 stood In sacred All around was While on the lied of a pious Was Wiling fur her pass Nol a voice llrolio on that a To loll of nalu res met mine ear was cnvnv The healing aid Was prollered ly thn hand she FRY Tiiodyiinc her hour was And luokod her soul Shi long liad Wilh an She naiv the heavens iplrits nlood To hear her upivardand she hear Sumo notes from Whispcrjd fur all 10 She had under will lo dosed her inorlal sorrows and heror phnii child IConiniilled up lo whose word had I will It was not over i And al her saw the good BOO I With Christian hcnding oer her SiOU 000 hcd And with Ihis voioo oflovo heard it would conlrilinlo to 11 e more I will lie Jesus oven when ye rapid advancement of the pupils iii tha higher pass ider six The darksome will he your comfort and And then hoknel rould he lo aeovcnant commuted to eight Jhii hisilying risingsaid To thai lone 01 another clothed in ofspollewwliito Will bo with round llio clernal y even so morninglho sainlhad risen C JOHN nilEATIIOLSE 6i JOHU Attorneys iff Comsdlors at on the west side of the Public With those who in the town of Jin Hood nltciul tb nil Of eoro e m To tune her harpand she who wep Ami prayed so much on earthhad gone t long before had crossed tli jnnia OR sale il 3 Tonliuo rate Bacon SriOU FAItM of llio I of this UO acres of winch irouaitt and Hie a Log Me a Bae young orclinril ofgs of 800 part of the above Is the bnienct eicullenl t ft HAGS coHee Hioi 41 hbds 10011 JLOU Turk juit received per Collier md Hoonilick and for Rale by Fcb23 ULSDIIYED jusl received March a or Corn Sacks ers 10 c3scs Sifk cstic Dry llnrdwn nnd FORWA11D1KO t COMMISSION made en 3000 HoltS CL wire roreivcd end for sole bj 19 ALKXJ received by tho Jug cnnai broad and narrow hrim Hh for tale by ir MHliS UUU for inlc by supeno JWBBni nKALKK Water BO 111 n g Another iiirnl of 230 n of tho blacks keen sight anil Let hiin not turn aside to doHghlhimioIf in thb petty dalliance of conimoiVperionBor torn porary or indulg6in the paltry am bitions of Lot him preserve the tcgrlly amUndciicndoncooriiui and tho fictitious really inferior contem poraries melt before him in his triumphant ca Should he fall he fails for it is appointed untobiinonco if his part on the stage of life is jvctod lie gooi tho sooner to his jEn Tho writer of IhU was Senator Kane on his first arrival and had formed a high opinion of his honesty and and alway fcttata loss to account for his unqualified subservience to President Dill tho above unfolds the secret his aged father and family wa the talisman that chained him to tlm car of Jackson a single deviation would turned cold char ities of the world Ml Americans who havo you President SKTTINO OUT IN ofacj cumulaling something for their ifnot enough for their entire at enough to set them afloat in is very com m u among is and arises from paternal weakness Educate your childrenwell and you have done enough for them lei Ihcm take care of themselves tcacli them to depend upon their own strength and this can only he done by jiulting them upon their own stronglh inno oilier way can acquire Setting a young man afloat upon the wealth accumulated by his father like lying bladders under the arms of a swim one that cannot swim without them chances to one ho will hit and his solo dependence and whcro is hel Teach htmi while to swim a little with his own strength and then chuck him into Mio stream oflifeto talio care of him self any extraneous such ho will bo likely to huBot tho waves wilh far more Ob The following oxtraetfrom a late number of Blackwooda Magazine confirms tho statement ropoatcdlymado as to the antiro publican trick by which Riven obtained thopronmeof jun 19 FULTOK nisortcd COTTON KAOTORY AT IlTTSI The ogcnts for nmi hove on and are eouti supplies of both short and long merchants are invited lo Mch 9 RILEY HANK1 n bolt CoiTl LI1S black while LUVy just received and for falo 10 do dodo pimiliio t 30 doi painted pail i 10 sugar li a ff7C S STONI i iO d c s c 11 A Jf T Water the party were assembled to AXD ItUTAIL DHALKlia IN Window s JUS i received sir llrandyi 25 do 30 bole Cotton fur sale by rsvnf March 8 SIMEON HYIH s u J Specie Ift Preserve Cup THE subscrihcrs have formed a connection in under llio stylo of for Iho purpose of carrviilK on an exlonsivo Wholesale hnsincss i n clinrn share in this and rospcctfully solicit a of public March J Commission ForteartKng nro lilso with n coinpus1 nid wishing to innltc inlri Wliolcttalc and Stel r inform his friends the pu thill he hns tnlion tho Store I pled hy Alilriih Uuflum nndlii cil Ihril entire I nil of wlikli is olle most nccominodnllng Scconit Store from Ihc bridge o TO suhscribors are in want of two A WEOWS KOI AND 1 S3 of TRval ISAAC ived per Boonilirk 10 blids Kiw Or 0 bbli do do 10 boles hrnwn Havann e 100 HisCloies SO lo mrci Boston Jijalilyjlilj newiind superior article lObnles for Y WILLoiriii for snle on tho i ilny of April on the pvcn Ifcs tlui followinc propoity to wit 01 o Hunilrcd Acres of good nhout 40 licrcs under Improvement with nn npplc Onjinnl ol trees of yitprrlor with u highly culllvn ted the innnsion IIOUBO hciliK nhont flll fent two Bl is tlin shunted t IMntlison com he General called on the Amor ic town o IICB MaTQhin subscribers have just from Iron 00tl ih Hoop Iron assorted from 1 o 1 a4 and and for sale Ionhy mr 10 MANNING and Iro Sniiil JBSSB ofAcio TIMOTIIV feet b iaul and jaalO a complete assortment of all Uind ir sale hy IN Surgieal Ana tomical Mop iS0 from or Country Her hanu put P on ManhelKi TII Vi IKK hundred lliiiiitnnd lea fur tnle on i ill Hi TOWNSEKI1 fc AS Iliu isgdinplo close Ins Ui In hn for mle on Iliu nwsl nawiinble Just recolvctl of aril rale and fjv n A P Kj do do 5U cnj do FKF lleceived per LJ MANNING fe Ci a Eooil frame liandsomcly fmisli throe rooms and two above with an excclleul and porches on cUI sides aho a smoke houtc vith an excellent garden and various kinds of fruit coiiiiiling of I j U d and a nevor lalliupi Thoro is a lake adjuini 1 lo Hit iViilixiuin I dil the rtnsons nuMitioniil in wonlil In srinlly nilvnncoi sillo of Ihc properly spculllcd I upon n misoimlili nni proreLiU wnle In wild uil linulti In tu Ilunliire il is ordered sniil suiirdiiin be nnd she is In til ntiil iiiipowi1cd to sill Iho I ohservcd to bo disculoreil H a knife by the smelled and Immcdwvay after ho crossed the fence a id ofthis has taken out a patent for a slovo for hoatinecarriaees of all is of tho most valuable inventions which havo ever been It is remarkahlom its struo and may be sold for six or oijht dollars md it consumes an inconsiderable quantity of The advantages of such a stove are al loobvioil to bo Takingup the improve oltho principal nei oo 3 for bai in rob 17 OILMAN March glluntiMl Hint sniil siilis ho m IheaUhdny of April nexl Thiio iveiks nf the lime nnd plnco ofnucl nuiiity of Hint Hi ho to i lhi purihiiBe money In ill rclllill illlllllnl lllln liLsiriirily cluiiid liiihmeu t r ixiCllto t PLI ntid n I ilpon tin oil Hint cimrdlii ins from snld nnle lablo dispoiina uf In ivlld nnd i IJiiveiumiMi 1mild iniiinr it pruviiiii nlenlMiiiil wllli InrU 5nl tlui pcmdly ol live Hioili lud in uftho nilil ioliililiiiniil IuithliillS mil Uluilliir Ihn iLdinga lllidtl I ulUr iriuMpi1 o Wllllnin iMiii iiuirl in mid Hii mid Sluto ol do nlnivr Munli t the mfnici or llHiilKnB1 A nd furlher I InvcM Hi liinney ihi dlniniiiditripnrl 10 lurtjjoiiigonl nlllll I iiinliy rerllly Hint thu order muile hei Added knov and added hii e has Imt tosay ofa dosir and ho 1 1 1 1 IV to the rmiol shades of Mount and honorad hy all parties of his Ihe evening of his days in assuaging parly ani friendly inlercourso wilh hn gralcful counlry and an applauding Iho legacy of a groat and good rare oxamplo ofa greal man flinging aivayam John Qiiincy from tho Presidency to ivrilo dogjfrol his leisure in fomouling animosities among his fellowcitizoiiBurgcd by a restless amhi lion hack inlo public day assailing nJiiiinUlration wilh fiery atoning his early tho ad charging his who ipheld him for four wilh willing to commit high left In hispid o to tho doriiion of his enemies and the mol clioly pily of his on this pie ro mid on counlerfeit Iwo II Uailitl tint Iho minorily in both film Virginia Lpgisluluro will enlera so protest ngainsl Hie Expunging Resolu a Tazouell has refused lo on nnconsiilutionnl and ac wilh ex rcwion of his views ns to Ihcir LIV Wo hoar from Uiohmonil Or iho Van llnrcn incinbors themselves ul the ilccidod manifestations of UH willi wliich their vnles liavo been ro by the nnd imnro uliccd noition of their cousiiMlontsi or ro al Iho dumbness f thaw by whom they cxpoclod lo bo to the very Anil buck limy know not KVII ol Hie sound llieinsilvoi oar own wo should nol bo Iheso Up J AlU ninalid fur Ihe same r
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